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This is a kenmore 790.753233310 gas range. the turbo burner is very high with yellow flame.

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All ignitors will always arc whenever one of them does.

I haven't worked with propane systems much, but it seems you may need the propane pressure regulator adjusted.

If the problem is only with the power burner, I would ensure that particular orifice was actually changed. The hole in a propane orifice is smaller than for natural gas.

Posted on Mar 10, 2008

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This sounds to obvious but did you try and clean out the burners just dont use a wooden tooth pic use something that wont break off.

Posted on Sep 19, 2008

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SOURCE: the southbend 436d range gives a yellow flame at the burners

This model Southbend range is "built to order" for the gas type.

Orifice alignment is critical on this model especially on propane, so make sure that the orifices are pointing directly down the burner venturi tube.

Also, the air shutters for the open top burners will probably have to be wide open.

If you are in an area with an elevation higher than 2000 feet above sea level, you will have to run a smaller orifice.

Those are nice ranges. Good luck!

Posted on May 19, 2009

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SOURCE: Gas cooktop flames are too high

are you natural gas or lp
and is your range set correctly

is your flame blue
or orange

Posted on Oct 05, 2009

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Right at the base of the burner is the air shutter and orifice. Tighten down the orifice with a good fitting wrench. then open the air shutter all the way for propane. Make sure the regulator is set for LP if this is LP and I am guessing it is. I happen to have a training video which shows how to: HERE
I have it on that page with them other interesting videos and I ain't no pc genous so you will have to find it on the page. sowwy. LOL

Posted on Feb 26, 2010

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